‘Heavenly India’ has earned recognition and is acclaimed as a source of information; comprising International Travel Magazine,City Guides, Planners and Road Atlas with Online Service through www.heavenlyindia.org & www.heavenlyindia.com, while being an effective medium of brand promotion for budding entrepreneurs. Heavenly India gives a comprehensive coverage of cities, the people, the places to visit, Tourist Places, Historical Monuments, Travel Related Tips & Articles, shopping malls, eateries, etc.
Backed by a decade’s expertise, ‘Heavenly India’ has its tie-up with renowned public/pvt. sector organizations. It is circulated free of cost at several important public places, such as; Hotels, Airport, Tourist Centres, Showrooms, Hospitals & Nursing Homes, School & College Libraries, Banks, Doctor’s Chambers , Red Cross Societies, Club Houses & Resorts, etc.
An impressive reach to almost all segments makes ‘Heavenly India’ highly effective for advertising the products and services of diverse commercial establishments.
As of now, ‘Heavenly India’ has launched its products in the states of Madhya Pradesh ( Indore, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Gwalior), Chhattisgarh (Raipur), Gujrat (Ahemedabad, Vadodara, Surat), Rajasthan (Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Mount Abu, Kishangarh) and Maharashtra – Vidarbha (Nagpur)
At some of the aforesaid cities, Heavenly India’s City Guides and Planners are in circulation for over a decade and the rest of the cities are about to be covered shortly.
The Planners of ‘Heavenly India’ are printed on quality art paper and are known for their utility and comprehensiveness. They are distributed free of cost to a mammoth clientele, consisting of corporate houses and public and private sector organizations of repute.
Planners with city landscapes are a valuable asset to travellers and so are the city guides of ‘Heavenly India’ which impart vital directions to tourists to make their visit memorable.
Our Forthcoming Product
‘Heavenly India’ is shortly coming up with the launch of its ‘Road Atlas’ at several locations, which would enable the travellers to locate the places and facilitate approaching them.